Friday, July 3, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Happy 4th…with liberty and justice FOR ALL! by Sue Matsuki

Stay safe and have a wonderful weekend!

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Rubicon Goes Retro! by Pauline Adamek

After record-breaking opening week sales, Rubicon Theatre Company has announced details related to the first event of Rubicon Goes Retro, the company’s Safe-Distance Drive-In Theatre Conce…

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Mt. Wilson Observatory + the Rose Bowl = 4th of July celebrations by Pauline Adamek

In light of COVID-19 restrictions, this summer the Rose Bowl, America’s Stadium, has decided to go virtual (but not entirely) with its 94th Annual AmericaFest Celebration so Pasadena l…

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Strong Monologues From Everyday Superheroes by Performerstuff

Strong Monologues From Everyday Superheroes Written by: Amanda Grace June 22nd 2020 Heroism isn’t all capers and capes. Here everyday superheroes exploring what it means to fight for…

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So You Finally Watched Hamilton... Now What? by Playbill Staff

Here are videos, speeches, and other Hamilmoments from the last five years to explore!

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Audition Song Suggestions for Avenue Q the Musical – by Character by Performerstuff

Audition Song Suggestions for Avenue Q the Musical – by Character Written by Leryn Turlington June 29, 2020 The sun is shining, and it’s a lovely day for a musical theatre auditio…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Stars in the House Welcomes Tony Winner Andrea Martin July 3 by Andrew Gans

The live stream benefits The Actors Fund.

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Watch the National Theatre production of LES BLANCS now! by Gabi Bergman

An African country teeters on the edge of civil war. A society prepares to drive out its colonial present and

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Livestreaming a reading of “Strange Fruit, Part 1" by Jon Bastian

By . LA Writers Center presents a reading of “Strange Fruit, Part 1" by Jon Bastian as a part of their "Breathe" online play reading series livestreaming on the global, commons-based,

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The importance of groove: Black art as the pillars of American dance by Admin

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been told that ballet is the base technique for all other dance forms. I know I was. It wasn’t until I got to college that I heard the rest of that sentenc…

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How Elegant Vienna Became An Explosion Of Modernism by Artsjournal

A much-romanticised era for the city, these years are commonly celebrated as a period of explosive artistic, literary, intellectual and especially musical modernisation in which resolutely i…

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UK Libraries Were Already Endangered. Then Came COVID by Artsjournal

Last year, official figures revealed that almost 800 libraries had closed since the implementation of austerity in 2010. “We do think these current announcements could be the ‘canary in …

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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How The “Museum Of Ice Cream” Melted Down by Artsjournal

From all indications, the Museum of Ice Cream is melting down. Spending was slashed in January. In March, Bunn temporarily closed the permanent installations in New York and San Francisco, a…

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Why Apologies Are Important by Artsjournal

How is it that a mere apology can turn long-held assumptions upside down in a way that practical solutions, such as more social support or even financial assistance, simply can’t do alone?…

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Livestreaming Anti-Oppression in the Performing Arts LAB with Lavie Williams

By . Kingston Circus Arts and anARC Theatre present Anti-Oppression in the Performing Arts LAB with Lavie Williams livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV netw…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Hamilton: $7 Gets You Front-Row Access to $10 Founding Father by Melissa Rose Bernardo

★★★★★ The smash-hit Broadway musical and pop-culture phenomenon gets a wide release The post Hamilton: $7 Gets You Front-Row Access to $10 Founding Father appeared first on New Yor…

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Now Is Probably The Best Opportunity To Rethink Our Cities by Artsjournal

We tend to treat cities like the weather, using past patterns to predict outcomes over which we have no control. But the last few months have reminded us that cities are not givens, the stat…

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HAMILTON! by Corine Cohen

Corine Cohen watched Hamilton on Disney plus. Did she like it? Listen to her podcast.

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Livestreaming SEGAL TALKS: Jean-Claude van Itallie

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Livestreaming SEGAL TALKS: Niegel Smith

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Livestreaming SEGAL TALKS: Satoko Ichihara

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Hamilton on Disney+ Review: The Third Moment That Feels Like a Movement by New York Theater

  “We have to make this moment last,” Lin-Manuel Miranda sings near the beginning of “Hamilton,” referring to revolutionary fervor but also apparently youthful vigor; then he immedi…

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‘Town’ and ‘Out’ Set for B’way 2021 by Barry Gordin

By: David Sheward July 3, 2020: Announcements continue for the (projected) Broadway reopening in 2021. The Broadway League announced on Monday, refunds and exchanges will be granted up …

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Broadway Performers Record Song, Video To Launch “The Walkout Project” Supporting Black-Owned Businesses by Greg Evans

Stage actor and writer Sidney DuPont (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Trevor: The Musical) has gathered a group of Broadway and Off Broadway performers to launch “The Walkout Project,…

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REVIEW: A Chip In The Sugar, Talking Heads, iPlayer ✭✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Martin Freeman in A Chip in The Sugar part of Alan Bennett's Talking Heads now streaming on BBC iPlayer. Watch Now! This post REVIEW: A Chip In The Sugar…

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Higher Ed Will Be Reimagined. But University Boards Are Not The Ones To Do It by Artsjournal

It has become a truism to say the coronavirus pandemic will change everything about higher education. But few discuss who should shape this change. The faculty? The student body? The public?…

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Flamboyant Organ Virtuoso (And Flamboyant Hedonist) Jane Parker-Smith Dead At 70 by Artsjournal1

“[She] brought glamour to the organ console thanks to her extraordinary dexterity at the keyboard and her love of life in the fast lane: she swore like a trooper, drank like a fish, smoked…

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Pittsburgh's summer classical music lineup is all virtual by Jeremy Reynolds / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Summer programming includes a week of musical storytelling in partnership with the Allegheny County Librarian Association.

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The Depression of the Lambs? by Daisy Eagan

Depressives tend to bristle at the advice that we need to go out and get fresh air, or exercise, or meditate, or drink more water, or smile more, get out of bed, go to bed at a reasonable ho…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Snapshot: ‘Perfect Day’ by Txema Salvans

A catalogue of the more surreal spots chosen by Spanish holidaymakers along the country’s increasingly overcrowded shores

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Digital/DVD: Dark Waters and Ema

Mark Ruffalo takes on DuPont in a riveting legal procedural, plus a twisted tale of dance, sex and pyromania from Chile

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Philippine Artists Fight Against Duterte’s Anti-Terrorism Bill by Artsjournal1

“The bill’s vague provisions make it easy for the state to target artistic and creative productions, especially critical, satirical or protest forms it subjectively deems as anti-governm…

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Turkey Might Really Turn Hagia Sophia Back Into A Mosque by Artsjournal1

The Byzantine emperor built it in the sixth century to be the flagship cathedral of Eastern (and perhaps all) Christianity. When the Ottoman sultan conquered Constantinople in 1453, he conve…

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Chicago’s Commercial Theatre Is Devastated. Will It Return? by Artsjournal

Why have Chicago’s for-profit institutions been so hit? The main reason is their total revenue dependence. A big non-profit potentially can rely on its board members to bankroll it through…

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Scots Gaelic Could Die Out In Next Ten Years: Researchers by Artsjournal1

“The study … found that only 11,000 people were habitual Gaelic speakers, after a rapid decline during the 1980s when the density of native speakers fell below 80%. … The language is r…

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Pandemic As Inflection Point For The Arts by Artsjournal

Today, the convergence of Covid-19 closing down all public events, along with the explosive outrage with continued police carnage in communities of color, brings us to a similar inflection p…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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The Met’s strategies for survival

Peter Gelb, general manager of the world’s largest opera house, talks about a still uncertain future for the Metropolitan

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We Got ‘Hamilton.’ Why Can’t We Stream Every Broadway Show? by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Even in lockdown, it’s still hard to cut a streaming deal for a professional show. Here’s what viewers can expect, for now.

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National Theatre tells 400 casual staff they will lose their jobs by Lanre Bakare

Front of house and backstage teams told by email they will only be paid until the end of August as Covid-19 crisis forces more job losses The National Theatre has told its 400-strong team of…

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Play to the Crowd launches fundraising appeal to support Theatre Royal Winchester by Hira Desai

It was announced today that Theatre Royal Winchester needs £225,000 by the end of September in order to survive beyond the Covid-19 crisis. Read more here. The post Play to the Crowd launc…

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BBC Symphony Orchestra’s Alwyn: Miss Julie — sensationally gripping

This live recording captures a 2019 performance of William Alwyn’s passionate opera

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Invisible System: Ambiences in Mali — an unhurried musical travelogue

Producer Dan Harper weaves piano and choir voices into gentle field recordings of everyday Malian life

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Spanish Harlem Orchestra’s Latin Jazz Project — an orchestral tour de force

The album sashays between soulful and serene, with hooky melodies and immaculate beats

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)
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AA Williams: Forever Blue — ominous and otherworldly

A crepuscular sound-world forged by echo-laden vocals and droning instruments

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Willie Nelson: The First Rose of Spring — as fluent as ever

The 87-year-old’s genius is well displayed on his 70th album, on which he sings with a profound emotional authenticity

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Paul Weller’s On Sunset is a solid restatement of creativity

Patient but dynamic, the 62-year-old’s new album is an optimistic response to the angry songs of his youth

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Keleketla! — a cosmopolitan tale of musical resistance

This collaborative album crosses borders with its lively mix of Afrobeat, electronica and protest music

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Stories that reveal who we are. Digital theatre to watch this week by Lorraine Treanor

Not all the fireworks are in the air. These theatrical works blaze as brightly and linger longer. Hamilton Disney+ $6.99 for one month subscription Click to subscribe The original Broadway c…

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Review: YouNews, Forest Sounds Theatre, Unshut festival by Lotty Holder

Review: YouNews, Forest Sounds Theatre, Unshut festival2.0StarsYouNews from Forest Sounds Theatre, as a part of Unshut Festival, is a spoof of hard-hitting news, relying on its viewers to de…

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Piano Bar Live! Continues Tuesday, July 7th at 7:15 pm ET, Celebrating Boston’s Cabaret Scene

hosted by Carol O’Shaughnessy and PBL!’s producer, Scott Barbarino, with pianists Tom LaMark, Brian Patton and Jim Rice, joined by performers Leslie Anderson, Joe Berry, Mary Callanan, L…

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Ghost Light: a roundup of offstage performing arts news and notes by Kerry Reid

Victory Gardens and Raven name new leadership; J. Nicole Brooks wins a prestigious playwriting grant. It's been a tumultuous couple of months for Victory Gardens…

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Rewind To 24 Fabulous #Ham4Ham Shows Starring the HAMILTON Company

We wanted to rewind to a tradition that occurred before select shows during the production's in person lottery. Hamilton's creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda (as well as other guest hosts), would h…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Smithsonian Chief Lonnie Bunch: ‘I Want Museums To Be A Place That Gives The Public Not Just What It Wants, But What It Needs’ by Artsjournal1

“I believe very strongly that museums have a social justice role to play. … I’m not expecting museums to engage in partisan politics. What I’m expecting museums to be is driven by sc…

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BBC Proms Announce ‘Flexible’ Plans For Two Weeks Of Live Concerts by Artsjournal1

After six weeks of “fantasy Proms” consisting mostly of rebroadcasts from previous years’ festivals, the hope is to present live performances (without live audiences) in the Royal Albe…

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Can This Movie Make An AI Robot Into A Star? by Artsjournal1

A “synthetic actor” called Erica “has been cast in b, a $70 million science-fiction movie … about scientists who create an AI robot named Erica who quickly realize the danger of this…

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What Four Great Black Female Theatermakers Show Us About How And Why We Create Theater by Artsjournal1

“Todd London reflects on why and how we gather, and looks at the canons-in-the-making of four African-American playwrights — Jackie Sibblies Drury, Aleshea Harris, Anna Deavere Smith, an…

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NYC Slashes Arts Education In Schools by Artsjournal

Budgets across departments have been slashed as the city looks to recover from an estimated $9 billion loss in tax revenue due to the shutdown. Among the hard hit is New York City’s Depart…

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Dance Magazine’s Editor In Chief Judged A Major Competition, And Here’s What She Wants Contestants To Know by Artsjournal1

Jennifer Stahl, who juried this year’s Boston semi-finals of Youth America Grand Prix: “Putting exact numbers to qualities like ‘musicality’ and ‘épaulement’ is just as tricky a…

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Livestreaming Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work on Wednesday 8 July 2020

By . The Public Theater presents Watch Me Work livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Wednesday 8 July 2020 at 11 a.m.

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This is us by Irene Hsiao

Chicago’s 21c Museum Hotel reopens with “This We Believe.” A stone's throw from the kitsch and luxe of the Magnificent Mile, in a north-facing window on O…

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Livestreaming Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work on Tuesday 7 July 2020

By . The Public Theater presents Watch Me Work livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Tuesday 7 July 2020 at 11 a.m.

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The best of TV and streaming this week

Our critic’s selection of the best in home viewing

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Watch: 9 Favorite Betty Buckley Moments by Matthew Wexler

To celebrate Betty Buckly's birthday, we've compiled a watchlist of our favorite performances from the star of stage and screen. The post Watch: 9 Favorite Betty Buckley Moments appeared fir…

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REVIEW: Playing Sandwiches, Talking Heads, iPlayer ✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Lucian Msamati in Playing Sandwichs by Alan Bennett as part of the Talking Heads on BBC iPlayer. Stream it now! This post REVIEW: Playing Sandwiches, Tal…

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ITV revisits a killer on the run in Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story

This tense documentary retraces how the Northumbria police finally tracked down a notorious fugitive

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Netflix’s Stateless wrings affecting drama from Australian immigration

Co-created by Cate Blanchett, the gritty series set in detention centres sheds light on a humanitarian crisis

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Cate Blanchett takes on feminism as Phyllis Schlafly in Mrs America

The BBC2/Hulu series dramatises the conservative activist’s 1970s campaign against the Equal Rights Amendment

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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NEWS: West End production of The Mousetrap will reopen in October 2020 by Press Releases

Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap – the longest running show in the world, which had to be suspended when the Coronavirus pandemic resulted in the closure of UK theatres – is to reopen i…

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BWW Prompts: Your Favorite Hamilton Replacement and Tour Cast Members

We want to hear from you! Submit your response to our daily #bwwprompts, where each day we'll be asking our readers on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram questions to spark some theater c…

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Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Hamilton' and Disney +: A Timeline by Michael Paulson

Disney+ is streaming a live-capture film of “Hamilton.” It’s just the latest chapter in a deepening relationship between the company and the musical’s creator.

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VIDEO: Daveed Diggs Asks: “What to My People is the Fourth of July?”

In a powerful new video, and amidst the national uprising against racist violence, Daveed Diggs demands we ask what the Fourth of July means to Black people in America right now.

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Writers Richard Allen and Taran Gray Announce Cast for Reading of New Musical Legendary

The online reading will be presented on July 7.

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Theatre News: This July the Talent Machine Company Proudly Presents -“Willy Wonka”. by News Desk (organization-Submitted Press Release)

“Willy Wonka” is a heartwarming and timeless musical of the world famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to chocolate-covered life! The delicious adventure experienced by C…

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Dear Oliver Dowden, have you even begun to grasp the scale of our arts crisis? | Michael Billington by Michael Billington

It’s time to accept artists know more about art than politicians. Without a proper plan, the industry will be decimated Dear Oliver Dowden, You presumably heard Boris Johnson, when asked a…

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Arts union slams UK government for 'cultural vandalism' amid theatre crisis by Chris Wiegand

Head of Bectu says industry is in dire need of cash injection with 3,000 jobs at risk and vast freelance workforce unemployed The UK’s theatre industry has been hit by a “perfect storm…

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Designers to wrap empty UK theatres with message of hope by Chris Wiegand

Pink barrier tape reading ‘Missing Live Theatre’ will be attached to venues as part of an initiative for the ailing industry The easing of coronavirus restrictions means that England’s…

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Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap plots socially distanced West End reopening by Chris Wiegand

World’s longest-running show plans to welcome back reduced audiences in October as ‘first step in restoring live theatre’ Its record-breaking 67-year run in London was cut short in Mar…

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The Mousetrap to reopen in October with socially distanced performances

The Mousetrap, the world's longest-running show of all time, may just be the first major production to return to the West End theatre stage. The show's producers have announced plans to reop…

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Review: Two Metres Apart, Greengage Ventures by Shirley Both

Review: Two Metres Apart, Greengage Ventures5.0StarsArtistic satisfaction is not as easy to find during these unusual times – without the theatre, concerts, poetry slams or sofar sessions …

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‘A courtroom setting gets round socially distanced difficulties’: THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS – Guildford Shakespeare Company (Online review) by The Family Stage

Guildford Shakespeare Company first performed their adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s classic in 2015. After a successful series of Zoom murder mystery evenings, they decided to recreate the…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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GRACE NOTES: Friday, July 3, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Preserving East Oakland’s #BlackLivesMatter protest art by Joan Morris

East Oakland's Black Culture Zone is leading the way in collecting and curating the murals that sprang up during the #BLM protests spurred by the death of George Floyd at the hands of the po…

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Hot Clip of the Day: HAMILTON in 3 Minutes with Lin-Manuel Miranda

Are you ready to sit down and watch Hamilton for the first time with someone who has no idea what the show is about? Never fear - "The Ellen Show" has you covered.

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Susan Peters: From Warner Brothers to a Wheelchair by Trav S.D.

Oscar-nominated actress Susan Peters (1921-1952) enjoyed a spell in the sunlight that was all too brief due to a hunting accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down. But she fought …

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Broadway Games: A Blended Marquee Jumble by JK

You may need to use scratch paper to play this week's Broadway Game. This week's game asks you to use letters from the answers to each clue to figure out a "Blended Broadway Marquee!"  Bro…

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Review: Scenes For Survival – Strolling Through The Meadows, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes For Survival - Strolling Through The Meadows, National Theatre of Scotland4.0StarsTrainspotting is undoubtedly a modern classic within Scottish literature. Part of Edinburgh…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Bringing ‘Hamilton’ to Disney Plus: Filming is easy, editing’s harder by Ashley Lee, Los Angeles Times

Bringing ‘Hamilton’ to Disney Plus: Filming is easy, editing’s harder

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Carl Reiner, comedian, actor and director, 1922-2020

A towering figure of American comedy, on stage and off

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Hugh Downs, Anchorman Whose Career Spanned TV History, Dead At 99 by Artsjournal1

“In a broadcast career that spanned more than a half-century” — he began in radio in 1939 and was on television within a decade, ultimately hosting or co-hosting The Tonight Show oppos…

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Here Are The Ten Artists Sharing What Would Have Been The Turner Prize by Artsjournal1

“Tate, the British museum network that facilitates it, reconstituted the prize in light of the coronavirus pandemic. In lieu of the main £25,000 ($32,200) award, 10 artists and collective…

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Virtual Theatre Today: Friday, July 3- It's HAMILTON Day!

Today (July 3) in live streaming: Hamilton arrives on Disney+, the cast reunites on Sirius XM and so much more!

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NEWS: Designers launch #MissingLiveTheatre across the UK & Ireland by Press Releases

In collaboration with theatres across the UK, #scenechange – a community for stage designers taking action for theatre – has launched #MissingLiveTheatre, wrapping theatre buildings in a…

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THE MOUSETRAP To Reopen in the West End on Friday 23 October

Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap - the longest running show in the world, which had to be suspended when the Coronavirus Pandemic resulted in the closure of UK theatres - is to re-open in the…

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Alex Newell, Christina Sajous and More to Appear in 'Walkout' Video As Part of THE WALKOUT PROJECT

Black artists and entrepreneurs have joined together for #TheWalkoutProject, a movement beginning July 4th to support Black businesses.

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Wolverhampton Grand Theatre postpones panto until 2021 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Wolverhampton Grand Theatre has announced that it has postponed the 2020 Christmas Panto Cinderella until Christmas 2021 as a result of theatre closures. This post Wolverhamp…

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Ryuichi Sakamoto: ‘To create something is a strange thing to do’

The musician on Covid’s spur to creativity — and why it’s time for the Japanese to air their anger

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Theatre Quiz Round 7: Anagrams by Hira Desai

In this week's quiz, you've got to unscramble the words to find the song. To make things extra tricky, we've also thrown in a secret phrase. Give it a go! The post Theatre Quiz Round 7: Anag…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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What to Stream Over 4th of July Weekend (Including Hamilton) by Ryan McPhee

From Broadway-infused Independence Day celebrations to a show that finds fun in rule-making.

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Today on Broadway: Friday, July 3, 2020 & Jennifer McHugh by Matt Tamanini

Happy Hamil-Day!!! NYC Cuts Arts Budget, Amanda Kloots Provides Update on Nick Cordero, Matt Talks to Jennifer McHugh about The HamilFilm! “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through …

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Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap to Reopen in London This Fall by Mark Peikert

The world's longest-running play opened in 1952.

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REVIEW: The Hand Of God, Talking Heads, iPlayer ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Kristin Scott Thomas in Alan Bennett's The Hand Of God presented as part of the Talking Heads series now streaming on BBC iPlayer. This post REVIEW: Th…

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Hamilton on Disney+: A guide to Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit musical by Louis Chilton, Louis Chilton

Everything to know about the musical sensation

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Coronavirus: Arts sector won't recover from pandemic without government support, Scottish Labour says by Isobel Lewis, Isobel Lewis

Scottish Labour has called on government to provide 'creative arts recovery package' to help industry

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Replay: Louis Armstrong plays “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” by Terry Teachout

Louis Armstrong plays “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” (interpolating “The Star-Spangled Banner”) on The DuPont Show of the Month: Crescendo, originally telecast live by CBS o…

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Almanac: Martin Luther King, Jr., on America’s status by Terry Teachout

“It is a trite yet urgently true observation that if America is to remain a first-class nation, it cannot have second-class citizens.” Martin Luther King, Jr., address to the National Ur…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Scenes For Survival – Larchview, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes For Survival - Larchview, National Theatre of Scotland4.0StarsReader Rating 0 VotesNow who in this country could ever forget the scandalous misdemeanours of Dominic Cummings a…

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The Mousetrap to re-open at St Martin’s Theatre in October by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Agatha Christie is back! The Mousetrap is to re-open at the St Martin's Theatre, London on Friday 23 October 2020. Book Now! This post The Mousetrap to re-open at St Martin…

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The Mousetrap to reopen in the West End from 23 October by Hira Desai

The world's longest-running show has just announced that it'll be reopening in the West End from 23rd October and tickets are now on sale! Go get em! The post The Mousetrap to reopen in the …

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‘A quick diversion at just 11.5 minutes’: LAG – A ZOOMSICAL COMEDY (Online review) by Louise Penn

At just eleven and a half minutes, this satirical musical by Haddon Kime is a quick diversion on YouTube from the Atlanta-based company Out of Hand.

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CT Poets’ Corner: Gordy Whiteman shares joy of living and a lifetime of experiences

Elaine Zimmerman is an award-winning poet and essayist in Hamden who believes that poetry tells a different kind of truth, a truth that can free the heart.

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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My decor tips for grand entrance halls

Even if your hallway is little more than a corridor, maximise its impact by mixing serious and playful

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Musical masterpiece Hamilton the movie is now available to watch on Disney+ by Hira Desai

It's here, it's here! You can now watch the 11-time-Tony Award, GRAMMY Award, Olivier Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning stage musical from the comfort of your own home. The post Musical mast…

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On the Couch with Claire Jankelson by Arts Review

Who is Claire Jankelson? I am one of the directors of the Sydney South African Film Festival. My background is as a tertiary educator in the field of management practice. At this time, I men…

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Filmed Broadway production of Hamilton now available to stream on Disney+

"Look around at how lucky we are" to have Disney Plus! The Walt Disney Company recently announced that they'd be fast-tracking the highly anticipated digital premiere of Hamilton and n…

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NEWS: Drive-in production of Six makes it the first West End musical to perform again after lockdown by Press Releases

Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ hit musical Six looks likely to become the first West End musical to resume performances across the UK in August and September 2020.

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#scenechange designers wrap theatres with pink tape in #MissingLiveTheatre campaign by Hira Desai

Today, #scenechange will be wrapping theatre buildings in pink tape to spread a positive message of hope and visibility to the industry. The post #scenechange designers wrap theatres with p…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery reopens with 50th anniversary exhibition – MPRG: FIFTY by Arts Review

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery has reopened with MPRG: FIFTY – a large-scale exhibition that highlights the development and growth of its signi…

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Review: Razed and Confused Goes Digital, Online by Anna Perry

Review: Razed and Confused Goes Digital, Online5.0StarsPride month is upon us and, with much public party space still on hold, this time of celebration, activism and reflection has bundled c…

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Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival returns in a new format – C-Doc In The Clouds by Arts Review

Since the COVID-19 shutdown the Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival (C-Doc) team has been fermenting and bubbling along in hibernation, unable to resist the urge to bring audiences a 2020 …

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Toast, Lawrence Batley Theatre online review - pungent adaptation of Nigel Slater's autobiography by Rachel Halliburton

Food crimes of the Sixties and Seventies are revealed here as Michelin-starred memories I knew what a Howard Hodgkin painting would look like before I ever saw one because of Nigel Slater. T…

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Checking In With… Hamilton Star Sydney James Harcourt by Andrew Gans

"This unrest and struggle will lead to a new golden era for society, so I encourage people to choose hope and positivity over fear or despair."

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Interview With Davide Bombana, The Newly Appointed Director Of The Corps De Ballet Of Teatro Massimo In Palermo by Ariadne Mikou

Dancer and choreographer of international reputation, David Bombana is required to bridge artistic, curatorial and administrative skills for his new role as Director of the Corps de Ballet o…

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William Kentridge On The Pandemic And Post-Pandemic Theatre by International Online Theatre Festival

William Kentridge – a South African interdisciplinary artist and the founder of The Centre for the Less Good Idea – responds to Grzegorz Jarzyna and discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic h…

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Banijay boss stands by €2bn bet on Europe’s biggest indie TV producer

Acquisition of Endemol Shine makes ‘even more sense’ post-pandemic, says Marco Bassetti

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Australia Council updates sector on current and future funding opportunities by Arts Review

The Australia Council for the Arts has announced details of its current and future investment opportunities for individuals and organisations. In a statement released this week, the Australi…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Welcome to the Room Where It Happens: Hamilton Arrives on Disney+ July 3 by Ryan McPhee

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical is now available to stream.

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Hamilton review: The close-ups and camera movements in this version enhance the charisma of the performers by Ao Scott, Ao Scott

The filmed version of the Broadway hit, which stars Lin-Manuel Miranda and a cast of black and Latino actors as the founding fathers, is being streamed on Disney+ from today

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Two Silk Strings: Mehrinigor Abdurashidova at the Sharq Taronalari Festival 2019 by Artsjournal1

I regret that I can only offer you my camcorder’s sound complete with audience noise. But there is enough spirit and inspiring artistry to make up for that, I think. – Michal Shapiro

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Four months of jazz adaptation, resilience, response to epidemic by Artsjournal1

From early March on, there have been increasing demonstrations of the jazz community taking care of itself and its own. – Howard Mandel

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Open House Melbourne precinct highlights and MERGE artists announced by Arts Review

Discover parts unknown across our vibrant city and explore four major design precincts virtually with Open House Melbourne. From Boroondara’s historic built environment, southside hidden g…

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Friday, July 3, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Listen to Margo Martindale and Tory Kittles on a New Broadway-Themed Episode of Day by Day Podcast by Ruthie Fierberg

Created by Adam Faze and Jamie Dolan, the fictional anthology series takes a theatre bent in its July 2 episode.

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Cirque du Soleil Bankruptcy Also Involves the Beatles, Michael Jackson, Blue Man Group, and Quebec– Not Just Flying Acrobats by Roger Friedman

When anyone says Cirque du Soleil you think of flying acrobats, nameless, faceless bodies from shows with strange names. But the recent

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Broadway: Batter Up! “Take Me Out” Revival With “Suits” Star Patrick J. Adams and Jesse Williams Books April 2021 Opening by Roger Friedman

Add another show to next April 2021 on Broadway. The revival of the baseball musical “Take me Out” has set March 22nd

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Punchdrunk’s Felix Barrett — ‘The real world is this incredible backdrop’

The artistic director of the immersive theatre group talks about its new adventures in the digital realm

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Dancers explore how coronavirus has changed the way we move, touch and connect

World renowned dancers take part in an FT collaboration with Sadler's Wells

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